Tag: abortion

Atheists who oppose abortion

I recently came across this video, “Atheists Who Oppose Abortion.” Watch these atheists eloquently speak about being pro-life. Please join me and other Catholics (and some not-so-Catholics!) on my Facebook page and on Twitter. I also write for Catholic365.com on occasion, so take a moment and check it out. Type your email address in the box and click the “create... Read more »

Son of Dr. Alveda King talks about his mother's abortion

Eddie Clifford Beal III, Esq., son of Dr Alveda King (Martin Luther King Jr.’s niece), talks about his mother’s abortion. Had I had an abortion, I don’t know if I would have the guts to tell my children that I killed their sibling. God bless their family and the work that they do! Please join... Read more »

Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children

Today, January 22, is the day established by the church as a day of penance for abortion.  It is officially called, “Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children.” In today’s liturgy the Collect reads: God our Creator, we give thanks to you, who alone have the power to impart the breath of... Read more »

Forty Years of Abortion: Women Reflect on Having an Abortion and Surviving Being Aborted

Forty years of abortion have given women a lot of time to reflect. The stories of those that have had abortions and those that have miraculously survived are poignantly told in this video. Thanks to Sr. Helena Burns for posting this on her blog site. Please pray for all those that are in D.C. today.

Roe v. Wade: a Look at the Anatomy of Pregnancy

Today on the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, let’s take a close look at what pregnancy is about.

Are Abortions Really Safe?

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Her face still haunts me.

Andrea Bocelli tells a "little story" about abortion.

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It is hard to imagine a world without Andrea Bocelli’s beautiful voice, but it’s harder to imagine all the ones that were silenced.

Twenty Questions for Faithful Citizens

On Wednesday I wrote about what we, as Catholics, can do now after the Fortnight for Freedom. Being informed about the issues is probably the most important thing about the upcoming election.  I found this quiz on USCCB’s web site: Twenty Questions for Faithful Citizens 1) How many unborn children have lost their lives to... Read more »

The Abortion I Never Had

I wrote this last summer, but I’ve been thinking about it recently. I work with several single mothers in various age and ethnic groups.  Some are in management and some are on the low rungs of  the corporate ladder.  So low that they need  government assistance. The consensus may be because I’m in a comfortable... Read more »

Reflection and Testimony: Alveda King Shares Her Abortion Story

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Dr. Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, has had an interesting journey in life.  I recommend you read her book “How Can the Dream Survive if We Murder the Children? for the full story.  This video in her own words is a chilling telling of the impact of abortion. My daughter and I attended... Read more »